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, in davenport, iowa, in oakland, california, what they can talk at you with one another their expenses after transitioning out of the military. >> fifty. entrÉe, if you could, in vermont a very rare world state, tell me about the peer-to-peer from is important that veterans just as mr. wood blessing, that veterans themselves reach out to other veterans? how do we do that? >> thanks sender. as you know, my team can we have tenfold as to where all combat veterans. we all had struggles, reintegration issues. of all had struggles transitioning back to civilian life. i think in our state with the sugar i don't think it's that severe, the state statement as his active duty big people because you know, i hear on this bill that we talked about unity partnerships. we forged ahead in the state of vermont with a different initiatives that we've stated. we have or director of psychological health that works on the air side and the army side, and that stigma i think is more so on the militant side but as far as the peer-to-peer goes, as you know we go out, we meet the folks speed you knock on doors spea
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